administration; administrative work.
an administrative assistant:
My admin will call you back with that information later today.
of or relating to an administrator or to administrative functions:
You can’t install computer programs without admin privileges.
His father, Luis Heitor, works in admin at a public hospital.
Madonna’s Boyfriend, Lucky Star Dom Phillips March 14, 2010
Sensing the turning tide, the admin is ratcheting up the rhetoric.
What Bush Could Teach Obama Mark McKinnon May 3, 2010
Email the admin if your [sic] interested in walking away from your life (we have weapons if you need a weapon) to stop the Regime.
Far-Right Texas Terrorist Planned Murder And Robbery Spree in the Name of ‘Liberty’ Caitlin Dickson March 31, 2014
The places where the oaths of this local “Mafia” are admin istered, for instance, are well known.
Ireland Under Coercion (2nd ed.) (2 of 2) (1888) William Henry Hurlbert
(informal) short for administration
Pertaining to administrative duties; short for administrative or administration (1940s+)
The administrative work of a department or company
An administrative worker, esp an assistant
[short for administration]
an aid; auxiliary. Historical Examples adminicle, ad-min′i-kl, n. anything that aids or supports: an auxiliary: (law) any corroboratory evidence. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various noun (law) something contributing to prove a point without itself being complete proof
to manage (affairs, a government, etc.); have executive charge of: to administer the law. to bring into use or operation: to administer justice; to administer last rites. to make application of; give: to administer medicine. to supervise the formal taking of (an oath or the like). Law. to manage or dispose of, as a decedent’s […]
- Administered price
a price that is determined administratively rather than by changes in supply and demand.
of or concerned with administration; administrative: administerial matters.